Rethink Traditional Data Modeling and Get Expert Guidance
In this AWS re:Invent 2019 session (CMY304: Data modeling with Amazon DynamoDB), Alex DeBrie reviews the key principles of modeling your DynamoDB tables and demonstrates some practical patterns to use in your data models.
Modeling your data in the DynamoDB database structure requires a different approach from modeling in traditional relational databases. Alex has written a number of applications using DynamoDB and is an AWS Data Hero, and he walks you through the key steps and principles that will guide you as you work with DynamoDB.
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